Earn up to 150K miles with United Business Card
The $99 annual fee United Business Card is offering a new limited-time bonus of up to 150,000 MileagePlus miles, with a significant spending requirement. This is broken down as follows:
- Earn 75,000 MileagePlus miles after spending $5,000 within three months
- Earn an additional 75,000 MileagePlus miles after spending a total of $20,000 within the first six months
While that’s a significant spending requirement, this is also a very rich offer. The bonus of 75,000 miles for spending $5,000 is great to begin with, and then it’s absolutely worth incrementally spending $15,000 so you can earn 75,000 additional bonus miles, as that’s like earning 5x miles per dollar spent on that incremental spending.
Personally I value MileagePlus miles at 1.4 cents each, so to me those bonus miles are worth up to $2,100.
Chaseâs typical application rules apply, including the 5/24 rule. The bonus offer is available to you if you don’t currently have this card, and haven’t received a new cardmember bonus on the card in the past 24 months.
Why you want the United Business Card
Even beyond the initial bonus, there are lots of reasons you’ll want to consider having the United Business Card in the long-run. Among other things, the card offers:
- Free first checked bag when flying United
- Two United Club passes annually
- Priority boarding on United flights
- $100 United Travel Credit when you make at least seven United flight-related purchases each totaling at least $100
- 5,000 bonus MileagePlus miles when you have both the United Business Card and a personal United Card
- 25% back on United inflight purchases
Those are some well rounded perks, and for someone who flies United with any frequency, they should more than cover the annual fee.
The United Business Card in offering a jaw-dropping bonus of up to 150,000 MileagePlus miles. While there’s a significant spending requirement, the math very much checks out on the bonus, for anyone who can complete the spending.
There’s also long-term value to the card, thanks to the perks, credits, and bonus miles, that are potentially offered on an ongoing basis.
Anyone plan on picking up the United Business Card with this huge offer?